MOTOR CARRIER ACT
Motor Carrier Act.A federal statute, originally enacted in 1935 (49 USCA §§ 502–507), subjecting commercial motor carriers of freight and passengers in interstate commerce to the regulations of the Interstate Commerce Commission, now the U.S. Department of Transportation.
• The Act was repealed in the 1980s. [Cases: Automobiles 60. C.J.S. Motor Vehicles §§ 107–108, 110.]
[Blacks Law 8th]